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Made-for-TV adaptation of the Bronte classic starring Susannah York and George C.Scott
This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films
Producer: Frederick H. Brogger
Production Company: Omnibus/Sagittarius
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Bronte governess mental illness
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Subject: Movie quite an Eyre
This movie came in so poorly that it barely rates a star for me. I know the Jane Eyre story well as it has been done so many times before, and I prefer the Joan Fontaine/Orson Welles version. George C. Scott is not my idea of a romantic leading man, coarse or not, and Susannah York was twice the age of a young Jane Eyre who was to have resided at Lowood for only 10 years. The first part of the movie where she lives with a distant Aunt and the reasons for Jane going to Lowood are no where to be seen. If Hollywood sees fit to make another version (there was at least one made after this)please use some engaging actors, many can imitate a British accent.
Subject: Worth Seeing Again
I remember seeing this rendition on TV and nver forgot it for the tremdous quality of the acting and its keeping to much of the storyline.